'If folks do not know concerning the alternatives obtainable in agriculture, they will not apply for it.
Prince Charles is receiving backlash this week after promoting a campaign calling for people who have been furloughed from their jobs amid the COVID-19 pandemic to pick fruits and vegetables.
Charles backed the Government's initiative to convey United Kingdom staff and farmers collectively to make sure crops are usually not left to rot within the floor throughout the coronavirus outbreak.
Consequently, the 71-year-old royal also compared the "Pick for Britain" campaign to the Women's Land Army created during World War II.
In a video, Charles said: "Food does not happen by magic, it all begins with our remarkable farmers and growers". "If the last few weeks have proved anything, it's that food is valued and precious, and it can not be taken for granted".
'In the approaching months, many 1000's of individuals shall be wanted to usher in the crops. "It will be hard graft, but is hugely important if we are to avoid the growing crops going to waste", he added.
It came after the Prince of Wales tried to help Mr Eustice by saying Britons should rediscover the "great moment" of the wartime Land Army to bring in the harvest.
'The phrase I have often heard is "pickers who are stickers".
"At this time of great uncertainty, many of our normal routines and regular patterns of life are being challenged".
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